From the Crenshaw Dairy Mart artist collective focused on trauma-induced conditions of injustice to scripting the season finale of Good Trouble on Hulu—a show about communities of color, women, queer, and trans folk living in Los Angeles—artist, organizer, BLM co-founder, and freedom fighter Patrisse Cullors thrives on speaking out through art alongside other inspiring creators.
Redcat presents the premiere of Cullors’ virtual event MALCOLM X REVISITED, a new commissioned video work recorded exclusively for the venue. The work explores the iconic historical figure Malcolm X and the current impact of the movement for Black lives.*
See link below for details.
Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3.
8 pm on the West Coast; 11 pm East Coast.
From top: Malcolm X; Patrisse Cullors on set for Malcolm Revisited, photograph by Alexandre Dorriz, image courtesy and © Cullors and the photographert; Cullors, image courtesy and © the artist; Malcolm X and Alex Haley, The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965), courtesy and © Grove Press.